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strawite

strawite n. See quot. Etymological Note: After British Foreign Secretary Jack Straw. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

booth capturing

booth capturing  n.— «The men had carried out a new version of a storied Indian electoral trick: “booth capturing,” in which armed thugs hired by political parties seize control of a polling place and stuff ballot boxes...

Amexica

Amexica  n.— «Poverty and race also define the country I call ‘Amexica’ that runs along either side of the Mexican border, belonging to both countries and neither.» —“Farewell America” by Ed Vulliamy Observer (U.K...

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